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Samsung Electronics says it has straightened out most issues with the Galaxy Fold, meaning it may soon be back on the market.
Twitter is removing the feature to tag a precise location – in terms of latitude and longitude – in tweets, due to lack of use.
The Harry Potter: Wizards Unite augmented reality (AR) game is finally being launch this Friday, June 21. However, it will only be for gamers in the United States and United Kingdom first.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Innovation Policy Council (MIPC) is convening for the first time since its recent formation to re-examine laws related to the tech industry, according to the Communications and Multimedia ministry.
MDEC is working with the Malaysian Immigration Department to pilot a work visa for tech freelancers, starting with blockchain capable foreign talents.
Malaysia's drone regulations are ripe for change, with Government agencies now playing a part in moving to update rules.
Global ++, the group behind an alternate version of Pokémon Go that confers players certain advantages, has shut down its services after being sued by Niantic for “hacking” its games and letting players “cheat” at the game.
Following MCMC’s directive that complaints to telcos be resolved within three to 15 days, some local industry players have revealed their strategies for meeting the standard.
Malaysian telcos pledge to improve standards as MCMC tightens rules on timeline of resolving complaints, down to three to 15 days.
CYBERJAYA: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has made it a top priority to investigate the viral sex video allegedly involving a Cabinet minister and a deputy minister's aide.